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  1. When I was looking I considered F150 EB, Nissan Titan and a Jeep Compass (thank god I didn't buy this). I ended up pulling the trigger on my 17 Silverado and can honestly say that I have had absolutely no regrets. Not one. I never get in and start it and wish to myself that I would have gotten the F150. My only minor complaint is the transmission in the 17s is a little jerky. Good luck! They are beautiful trucks!
  2. I completely agree. This is my own personal opinion, so take it how you will, but I think buying a vehicle a year or two old with 10,000-20,000 miles on it to get a deal is an old school way of thinking. I think the industry has changed and the manufacturers have shifted their way of doing business. But, hard to say if this is accurate.
  3. I had the same experience when I bought my 17 in September. The exact same trucks used with 30,000 miles were running $2,000 more than my brand new one.
  4. https://www.holidayautogroup.com/details/Whitesboro-New-2018-Chevrolet-Silverado-1500-3GCPCREC4JG225855 $46,140 discounted to $30,224.
  5. I was glancing at pricing a few days ago and now actually looks like a really good time to buy a new 2018. Not sure what options you need, but check out HolidayAutoGroup.com or Bomninchevrolet.com. They're both no haggle pricing dealerships that list the prices as they are. http://www.bomninchevrolet.com/VehicleDetails/new-2018-Chevrolet-Silverado_1500-Crew_Cab_Short_Box_2_Wheel_Drive_LT-Miami-FL/3074936683 Brand new - sticker $43,940 discounted to $26,052.
  6. Congrats on the truck! What kind of running boards did you get if you don't mind my asking? I'm in the market for some myself.
  7. Let's see. I use mine to goto the gym (2 mile drive), I use it to goto the grocery store (2 mile drive)... However, I work for an airline and travel about 15-18 days a month, so I uber to work and back. Kind of makes me think to myself, maybe I didn't really need a brand new truck. Just hit 1835 miles in 10 months! Hope this thing lasts 25 years.
  8. Take this with a grain of salt because I have 17" wheels instead of 20" and I don't think the dealership re-calibrated my speedometer, but my 17 v6 on the road says it gets 29.9. However, driving in town that son of a gun sticks around 12.6. Errrrr. I'll do some manual calculations and see what it really is soon.
  9. Saw this on Facebook and figured I would share. Apparently a load shifted in the back of an F150 with an aluminum bed and the following happened: What do you guys make of this?
  10. Hey guys, I'm looking to get some running boards and a spray in bed liner for my 2017 Silverado Crew Cab. Was hoping to get some recommendations and info on pricing. What are the best products at the best prices? I am looking to get all of this professionally installed. Thanks for any tips or advice!
  11. Sounds like one hell of a deal! Post pics when you can! I bought a 2017 LT last year and absolutely love it.
  12. I got mine when the rebates were at $14,000 last September. It appears they're at $11,000 right now. Although, looking at the dealer website, they look to be running about the same prices.
  13. I had the dealer switch the 20s to 17s on my Silverado and couldn't be happier with the decision. Not only did it save me a bunch of money, the truck runs so smooth on the highway and gets stupid good gas mileage. Not sure how accurate the control panel is, but it was claiming my truck was averaging 27.5 yesterday on the highway at 75 mpg over a 50 mile span. I like the look of the 20s a tad better, but for me it's not a big enough deal breaker to upgrade.
  14. I've been watching truck prices for fun for the past few years. Prices are constantly going up and down throughout the year. It'll be back at 38k before you know it. Just keep an eye on it.
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